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Most people enjoy animals, whether their own pets, the pets of others or just animals in general. However, very few realize the benefits of a pet, beyond just the enjoyment and affection they provide.
Unfortunately, insect stings are a common problem faced by pet owners. Know what to look for and when a bite or sting is dangerous for your pet.
Learn how to avoid being bitten by your pets and staying safe at all times.
Not all human foods are safe for pets. Here's a list of some foods that are dangerous to pets.
If your pet is exhibiting allergy-type symptoms, visit your veterinarian as a precaution to make sure the symptoms are indeed pet allergies, and also to find out if there are any medications or things
Here are the steps you can take to make sure your dog avoids eating things that will make her sick during the holiday season
With the holidays upon us once again, many of you are putting together your gift lists for family and friends. Here are a few gift ideas for dogs and cats to help make your favorite pet lovers happy!
Treatment options for dog cancer beyond just surgery and chemotherapy.
Know what to look out for to protect your pet this winter.
The holidays bring with it some extra dangers to your pets. Follow these holiday safety tips for pets for a happy and safe holiday season!
Tartar in dogs is an extremely common problem. It is caused by a buildup of plaque on the teeth, which hardens and turns to tartar. Here are some ways to prevent tartar.
Why do dogs eat feces? Here is some useful information to help you figure out the cause, and find a solution for this behavior.
Find out what a prognosis of bad kneecaps can mean for your active dog
Useful information about bloating in your pets
Dr. Elliot offers answers and solutions for frequently asked questions about dog care
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